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Jan 5, 2013 10:00am PST
are hurricane sandy related. and maybe as you get some federal aid flowing in the northeast some of those jobs will continue again. when you look within the sectors, you can see basically steady for everybody except the african-american unemployment rate, ali, jumped up to 14%. it's been volatile. but you can see the structural disparities here between some of the different worker groups. quite frankly, the great recession just made that worse, quite frankly. this is over the past year. remember in the spring how worried we were about that weak jobs report indicating very, very difficult in the election season about who was going to reverse this? but look, now you're seeing this -- i would call this businesses carefully hiring, but, you know, they're waiting for something really to unlock the genie out of the bottle and haven't seen it yet. >> christine, let's join this conversation with diane swonk, chief economist at mesereau financial. you and i have talked about this. i've been saying the u.s. is poised for an economic renaissance with this energy boom and things going on in housing and ma
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